Share the recipe for the Potato casserole, it turns out very juicy and tender. This pudding can be cooked for the holiday table, or in everyday life, to eat dinner with the whole family. This casserole I cooked for the holiday table, so the output of the finished dish turned out great - 2 of the pan. Prepared simply and quickly, and the guests were fed and happy.
|Cooking time 80 minutes||Number of servings 16|
Chicken must be cut into thin and long strips.
Of course you can use other meat, but chicken is the best option, because it actually cooks in the oven it quickly, and after cooking is still very soft, tender and juicy. I tried to cook a casserole with other meat, but unlike chicken it takes more time to become soft and melting in your mouth, and the chicken never fails.
A potato I cut circles.
After I put a layer of potatoes, I sprinkled with salt.
Then, the potatoes should be laid out strips of chicken.
After I put a layer of chicken - salt on top of it.
I am cooking now "Fill" from onions and sour cream. For this you need onion cut into half rings.
In a separate pan, I hand-split the chopped onion.
Then, the onion I add sour cream.
All this mix well with a spoon until smooth.
In the "Fill" I add salt according to your taste.
Creamy onion "Fill" must be put on top of chicken fillet with potatoes.
"Fill" spread evenly with a spoon over the entire volume of the pan.
Cheese need to RUB on a large grater.
In the casserole I used Cheese "Dutch", because in the finished dish it turns out very soft and tender.
Grated cheese, I evenly distributed throughout the volume of the pan.
Well, here it is, perhaps, the cooking process ends!
Bake in the oven at 180C* approximately 45-50 minutes.
So that was my potato gratin after duhovochku!
The benchmark of preparedness will serve us a Golden crust. Remove the sample to evaluate the readiness of the potatoes - it should be soft and melt in your mouth.
Guests casserole can be put directly on the baking sheet - it looks very nice.
When I make this casserole for the big family, then gently shift it from the pan into a separate dish and put into the fridge.
After I shifted my casserole in another bowl, I was left with a perfectly clean pan, which I just wiped with a damp cloth.
BON APPETIT, FRIENDS!